Sager Out Earlier Than Expected as UT Law Dean

, Texas Lawyer

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On Dec. 8, William Powers Jr., president of The University of Texas at Austin says he requested and received the immediate resignation of UT School of Law Dean Lawrence Sager. Powers, himself a former dean of the UT law school, says Sager already had announced his plans to leave in 2012 and his decision-making was creating "a divided atmosphere among the faculty that is not conducive to being productive."

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